One piece three ways: Blood Orange

We ask three fashionistas to put together an outfit using the same item from a designer’s collection


April 03, 2016

While trends fade, style remains eternal and one piece can be put together in many different ways. We ask three fashionistas to put together an outfit using the same item from a designer’s collection, according to their style and taste!



This is a must-have item from Blood Orange’s collection. The ‘Kiss and Tell’ top is vibrant and comfortable, a piece cute enough to be slept in and fun enough to accessorise for a sexy dinner party outfit. Pyjamas are this season’s most comfortable trend and can be worn on the red carpet or to your bed, in varying day-to-night looks. With a pyjama top like this, you can pair jeans and loafers with it for a casual look or embrace the trend and wear the set with stilettos.


Natasha Kamal




Creative head, Natasha Kamal

We’re living in the golden age of comfortable dressing — a lazy girl’s fashion paradise. What better way to spend the night out than in your pyjamas? On a personal level I prefer a simple look, edgy with clean lines. So I turned the Blood Orange top into a bustier and paired it with a classic black blazer, high-waist tailored pants and pointy heels. With a messy, half up-do and a dash of Coco Rouge, I’m ready for a night out!


Hirah Sadiq




Creative head, Mannequin

I feel one is better overdressed than underdressed! My style is chic, with a little edge. I wanted to make this Blood Orange ‘Kiss and Tell’ top the hero of the outfit, so I went for an all-white look with a funky Kate Spade fur bag and a gold belt. I kept my make-up basic with a pop of pink colour on the lips. I would definitely wear this to an outdoor brunch; it’s the perfect day-time look for me!


Natasha Monnoo




Style consultant, Misha Lakhani

When it comes to getting ready, I run from the norm. My style is all about breaking the rules of fashion. For this look, I wore the top backwards and threw it off on one shoulder. I completed the look with faded ripped jeans, my Penguin Pop ‘Starry Night’ shoes, my lip bag, white and gold jewellery, and of course an eye mask inspired by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. I tied my hair half up and applied natural makeup with dramatic lips. I would wear this look out to brunch, but that’s me — whacky and proud of it!

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